Magazine Covers 1960-1969
We continue our look at magazine covers throughout the decades with a diverse smattering from the 1960’s. We start off with some teen magazines (teen magazines, much like the teenagers, were invented in the 1950’s and really came into their own in the 1960’s).
We have many nice film magazine from the 1950’s forward, here are a few:
The French sure love their cinema.
An early edition of L’Esprit Créateur: The International Quarterly of French and Francophone Studies.
A couple titanic Fortune Magazines (of which we have many from the 1940’s on).
A couple of our Graphic Design and Art covers:
A trio of the ever elegant Met Bulletin Covers:
And an exceedingly shiny Harper’s Bazaar cover:
Magazine Covers – Pre-1920 – Part 1 (Magazines for girls, boys, and women)
So, magazine covers. I will try to do at least 1 post for each chronological subdivision, starting with pre-1920.
First, our oldest magazine cover, a very Victorian Scribner’s Illustrated Magazine, June 1874.
Next up, a patriotic Pearson’s from July 1900 featuring a very red, white, blue and well-armed youth.
And how about this lot to accompany our youth; The Youth’s Companion, Thanksgiving Number for 1905.
Jumping ahead 7 years with the same title, we have a softer, better rouged youth’s companion.
“The starlight’s cheery gleam, the moonlight’s calm,” a B&W, angelic companion for a woman, January 1901.
I am not sure what this January 1905 edition of Good Housekeeping is depicting, a housewife stealing away into the night on ice skates, clutching her pillow?
That’s bizarre, there’s only one ‘a’ in Bazar: